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protestors at a ship. >> a fast moving thunderstorm leaves a mess and we look at the damage and cleanup today. more delays at the bay area airports, the big problem in chicago that is expected to take days to fix. . well, welcome to mornings on two, it's saturday september
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27th, i'm claudine wong. >> it's been a whacky week let's get to rosemary. good morning to you we're we'll be settling into quieter nice weather. let's look at the beautiful sunrise, the sunrise upon us. a few of us are making up with mostly cloudy skies. let's look at the satellite view. you can see areas like san jose and parts of the southern area waking up with clouds. santa cruz and along the coast these will be moving out. we'll be left with partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies throughout the day. most of these cells are moving over the east bay, a few light showers. as i put it into a still motion here, those showers are leaving as well. scattered showers pulling out of the area. again we have nice weather on the way. the system is moving east and even the sierra again will be with showers this morning, but
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eventually tapering off as well. temperaturewise 58 in concord, 54 in san francisco, 54 in innovate, upper 70s around the bay. our inland community, comfortable temperatures as well. it will be warmer and a big warmup in the extended forecast and i'll have a look at the numbers coming up. a protest is under way at the port of oakland and demonstrators have a specific target. we have more live with ali. >> reporter: protestors say their goal this morning is to prevent the unloading of this ship, a dock that came in this morning and they've been here sense then, they've been here with the longshoremen's local 10. they're trying to convince the
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longshoremen to not cross the picket line and not unload this ship. they're upset by military action in the gaza strip. it's claimed the lives of 2,000 palestinians and israelis have also died in that conflict. and the ship line has had ties to the israeli government. >> they've been picketed in vancouver and los angeles. it's cost them probably millions of dollars. every time they slow down and every time they have problems loading and unloading. >> protestors are hoping for a repeat of the boycott that happened last month involving another ship, a devon group picketed that ship and the unloading of that ship as well. that israeli ship left the port of oakland with most of the
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cargo unloaded. and protestors plan to stay out here until they can produce the same results with thies ailey ship. we're trying to get in touch with the company to get the responses to the protests. we'll have an undate later on in the show. people in fairfield are clearing up today after two to three inches of rain fell in fairfield in a throw hour period yesterday. that triggered a flash flood and rocks came down into the roads. traffic was reduced to one lane in that spot. the same storm brought 6 inches of hail to the city of napa. it was hailing for about 25 solid minutes. it looked like the ground was covered in snow. some people in napa were saying the hail was the size of marbles. some people in san francisco
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had their power knocked out after a large streak in the city. it's in the clear whether it was weather-related. a tree knocked down some muni lines. some streets in the area were blocked off so crews could clean up the tree and fix those lines. people recovering from last month's earthquake are asking for financial assistance. it caused $1 billion worth of damage. they are looking to make the private sector eligible for federal aid. there will be a tour of the damage, during the tour they'll be briefed about recovery efforts. the faa said it could take days to get flights back to normal after a fire in the air traffic control center in illinois. brian howard a 36-year-old causeed a fire.
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it caused extensive foyer damage at two main airports. it caused a ripple effect across the country and airlines have been trying to accommodate travellers. >> i'm frustrated but a can i do. i can't drive to miami. >> they sent a facebook message to his family and he outlined his plans. this morning we spoke to a manager at san francisco international airport about the impacts on flights there. he said there will be some delays and cancellations today, but it's too early to know how many flights will be affected. there were 9 arrivals and departures cancelled yesterday. four flights with were cancelled at madison
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international. a car ran into a samtrans bus. the van slammed and hit the bus head on. a woman in the passenger seat of the van died immediately and the driver died on the way to the hospital. a sam trance spokeswoman said no one was on the bus seriously hurt. but, the driver was shaken up. >> this is a significant accident as anyone of us would be if involved in a fatality accident. >> they're looking why the van swerved into oncoming traffic. we're following breaking news in oakland right now where crews are on the scene of a fire. we want to show you the live picture of the smoke from our roof camera. it started at a home in foot hill boulevard. they're asking for traffic control in that area. they're watching flames and keeping them from flames to
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more homes. on monday we'll learn more about the wild police chase with officers shooting and killing a suspected carjacker. they're going to hold a community meeting to detail the circumstances on monday morning. they've not released the suspect's identity. he hijacked a woman's car and the escalade crashed into the financial district. good samaritans helped get the driver out of the suv and that's when they started shooting at them. after failed attempts to get him to drop his gun, they opened fire killing the suspect. service on the golden gate ferry is back to work this morning. the union held a one-day strike and that ferry stayed dock and forced commuters to find another way to work.
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>> it's the last thing we want to do. we want to be at work, we want to be earning money for our families. we want to be getting to work safely. >> a ferry captain makes $83,000 if they work for the red, white or blue and gold they would be making $76,000. it's a large dispute between the golden gate bridge highway and other unions. sticking points are salary increases and health care premiums. they reported 10% more traffic on the golden gate bridge yesterday morning. if you use highway 37 on the north bay, they've closed highway 37 between vallejo and serious point. the roadway is being repaved. last week weekend the work went smoothly and it opened up up early at 8 sunday night. there's no guarantee that will happen this weekend. you should be prepared for
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potential backups. more than 150 bike racks will be added in san francisco this year. they allocated more than a half million dollars for that project. it will increase the station's number of bikes bases. one of the most influential high tech conferences will be open tomorrow. oracle will be open at the center halls, 60,000 people from 145 countries will attend the convention. speakers include the oracle chairman larry ellison. muni is rerouting several bus lines in that area. the 72 oracle catamaran will also be on display. a nationwide effort gets under way to help people get
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rid of unwanted prescription drugs. many bay area officials are going to take unwanted medications, no questions asked. this could be the national day, new rules from the federal government will, now, allow pharmacies to accept used and unused drug narcotics. >> we have patients, loved ones who have passed away, who are on pain medications and it was very difficult to have, say you have to go to another place, to get rid of your medications. starting october 9th, pharmacies can register with the dea for collection sites. they're reviewing the rules and try to find out how they'll implement them. the following locations will be accepting unwanted prescriptions today. these are listed on your screen. the freemont hall of justice in
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freemont and the hay ward hall of justice on ama dor street. the service is free and anonymous. a passenger was hit on the head by a hammer what led to the violent attack. a tragedy for people in oklahoma, what caused the crash and who is headed to the scene. outside our doors this morning, it's a bit of a cloudy start for small, but we have a sunny mild pattern in place for this afternoon. i'll have those numbers for you and a notable warmup coming up.
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. a vole ken owe has erupted in central japan sending a large plume of ash high into the sky. they're warning climbers and
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hikers from being in that area. nhk said there are reports of injuries but there is no word on their severity. the 10,000 foot vole ken owe sits on the spine of the mountains that runs on the main island. the last eruption was in 2007. four college students died and 15 were hurt after the school bus was hit in oklahoma. it happened late last night about an hour south of oklahoma city. the coach and the students were coming after a softball scrimage. it appears the semi truck crossed the median and crashed into the bus. the national transportation safety board is sending a team to that scene. they asked for prayers and they said officials would release a statement today. an oklahoma woman injured during an attack and this man
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is accused of beheading one woman. >> that's a gunshot. >> authorities have received the calls to 911 reporting an attack at the vaughan foods company. >> alton nolen lost his job and he beheaded a woman and wounded a 43-year-old woman. he was stopped by a sheriff's deputy who was the manager. >> he didn't stop until he was shot. >> no one killed the woman, he used a knife from the plant. they tried to determine a woman. because of the beheading and his conversion to islam. they're investigating possible links to terrorism, but they have found no connections.
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a father and son have both died. jose garcia and jose garcia junior -- garcia junior were overcome by waves and a large rip current. the father died wednesday at the hospital, his son on thursday. mixed news for uc berkeley doctor accused of sexually assaulting students. the charges were dropped. however, he must still stand trial on five other charges. he resigned from the uc berkeley health center after working there for more than 2 decades. he gave up his medical license as well. alleged victims said he sexually assaulted him when they went to him for medical care. sexual assault at wesley college. there are two reports of sexual assaults on campus.
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a male student fondle a student and exposed himself. this also happened last week. administrators are required to send crime alerts to students after each reported incident. >> i'm just really aware of my situation, that i'm putting myself into as well as being aware who i am with, making sure i have friends who know where i am. >> 65 to 80% of all sexual assaults on campuses go unreported. and now it's required to take sexual assault education before coming to campus. the rain started falling and it felt good to have that this week although violent hail in napa. >> it got a little whacky. i was driving through rain in fairfield last night. it's dangerous out there for some of us yesterday. that is moving off and almost
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history. let's get a look at a beautiful sunrise there locking towards the east. bay point is waking up with beautiful sunshine. we'll go to the satellite- radar. i'll show up the last few hours. this is the three-hour time lapse. in the overnight hours, we had a few showers in the east bay. some of us are waking up with cloud cover this morning. this will continue to push out and we'll continue with the sunshine today and temperatures will be middle for most of us. most of us in the 70s this afternoon. here's a look at the center of the storm that is continuing to move to the east. as it moved across the bay area yesterday, it really created a bit of an instability and that's what really triggered those thunderstorms, the hail, the lightning, i want to take you to the sierra, and is this a bit of fun news there. it's high, it's about 7 to 8,000 feet up. it's there and not a lot.
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but, it is still there. that's the possibility for today as the system continues to push east for the sierra, a few lingering showers and maybe a little snow for the highest elevations. for us it's going to be a warm up. we have temperatures warming up for today. a little bump on sunday, and temperatures will be back into the 80s for the week ahead. let's talk about today right now. 51 in santa rose a, upper 50s in concord and san jose. as we get no the afternoon, look at these numbers, looking good in napa today. it is partly cloudy and mostly cloudy skies. it's 69 in sausalito. we have temperatures around 70 degrees this afternoon, and berkeley, it's going to be nice there. 77 in danville, upper 70s in livermore and benton wood. notice not any 80s out there. not for today. 72 in san at that claire a.
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palo alto is checking at 71, for stanford it's going to be nice this afternoon, 70 san bruno. , for san francisco partly cloudy and partly cloudy skies along the coast. temperatures take a small little climb for tomorrow. as we get into monday, tuesday and wednesday, we have a bit of a notable warmup with temperatures back into the upper 80s, tuesday into wednesday. upper 80s around the bay and 70s at the coast. bah being to the desk. the east bay school is infested with that's and the drought could be to blame. san leandro roosevelt elementary school has not allowed kids to may on the grass. students have been complaining about flea bites. this weekend that entire campus was closed so it could be
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sprayed. >> other outdoor pests have had to try to find water to survive on a regular basis. they'll be looking for any increases in flea bite reports. the way the characters are being used this halloween season has some parents outraged. the costumes are too sexy. >> how one bay area is seeing success after the state threatened to close its park. start shopping a new way. start maximizing at the place where you always get more than you pay for. t.j.maxx. brands you love, prices that work for you. you deserve it. maxx life at t.j.maxx. you deserve it. i lochecked bag.free with my united mileageplus explorer card.
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state parks salerno county has stepped in. they hope to keep the state recreation area from closing. money to save the park came from local residents and businesses. they'll continue fundraising efforts by holding a fashion show with proceeds going to the state parks. even with the threat of closure going, the money is still needed. >> it's incredible, not just the minutiae but statewide how many people stepped up to the plate. >> nobody nobody is taking it for granted, so, that's the change. >> the fashion runway show will be held on october 4th. you can get into any national park for free. it celebrates the people who come together to protect our
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national parks. 400 national parks are participating. san francisco zoo is home to four new baby flamingos. three more chicks were born, they're the first to hatch at the zoo in four years. their birth means the chilean knock is happy and healthy. visitors who wear pink to the zoo will get $1 off admission. changes to the way athletes are assessed at uc berkeley. the new requirements to boost their academic performance about their graduation rate. a driver accused of attacking a passenger with a hammer, the disagreement that may have sparked the violence. dry area moving into the bay area, and i'll show you what you can expect for the
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weekend and the afternoon coming up.
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. happening now a live look the protestors out at the port of oakland trying to stop a israeli owned ship from delivering its cargo. the goal of the demonstrators. >> i'm mike mibach.
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>> and i'm claudine wong. rosemary it's been an interesting weather week. >> it sure has. we have nice weathecoming our way. mount diablo, what a beautiful day of the sunrise, good morning sunshine. i think we'll have a few clouds bill up over the higher elevations. mount diablo may be partly cloudy this afternoon. in the overnight hours we had a few more scattered showers fall over parts of the east bay. you can see now as we get into, oh, at this hour, that's pretty much moved on and we're left with partly cloudy skies, up over the sierra there will be lingering showers for today and even the possibility of a little bit of snow over the higher elevations, that's good news there. here at home, a lot like yesterday, most of us within a few degrees. 56 in oakland, 63 reported at
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sfo as well as half moon bay and mountain view as well. 72 in mountain view, 66 in pacifica. and so a nice mild fall afternoon in store, even warmer locations going into the 70s. we have a tad bit of warming coming our way, but a beggar warmup for the extended forecast, i'll have a look at that coming up. a demonstration at the port of oakland, a ship owned by the israeli government, ali is live with this story. >> reporter: the goal here this morning is to prevent the unloading of the israeli shop that is docked here at the port of oakland. protestors have been there since then. they've got their signs and the bull horn, they're creating the picket line at this entrance behind us and they're at two other entrances to the port
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here. oakland police are watching over the protests. there's been no problems and it's peaceful this morning. there are 60 protestors out here as part of this demonstration. protestors have been talking with the longshoremen local 10 and they've tried it get them to support their cause and not unload the ship. they're organizing this demonstration this morning. they're upset about military action in the gaza strip. it's claimed the lives of 2,000 palestinians and also israeli civilians. the best way to affect change is to hurt the shipping company and israel economically. they have ties to the israeli government: they picketed another ship and after a five- day protest, that ship left the port with most of its cargo
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loaded and still on board. >> they had to go to russia with stuff supposed to be dropped off at oakland. >> protestors here today say they plan to stay out here to produce the results. this is the zim shipping company and trying to get the protestors claims and we're waiting to hear back from them and we're hoping to have an update later on in the show. an uber driver accused of hitting a passenger on the head with a hammer is out on jail with $125,000 bond. this happened in san francisco. the uber driver a 26-year-old picked up two men and a woman and got in an are ament over the route he was taking. the district attorney said he
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ordered the passengers out of the car and hit one of the men with the hammer. >> the hammer was right around the eye. it's very severe. he was later arrested -- >> he was later arrested at a home for assault and battery. they're shocked as he's described by his family as cordial. he does not have criminal record, but they're worried about the background checks on drivers. >> we take reports like this seriously and we're treating the matter with the utmost urgency and care. we're following the driver's account and following any serious allegation. the highway patrol arrested 24-year-old jeremy redwood that one of the cars might be in
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oakland, he's charged with auto theft and a probation violation. the theft happened last sunday at the audubon motors dealership. surveillance video caught the suspects on camera 7 of will the 8 cars have been recovered. the family is mourning the death of this man being killed on sunday. they arrested two individuals, but they will not face charges. the deputy district attorney there is insufficient evidence to charge the men, but that the case does remain open. a friend of avilas who was asked not to show his face was there when the stabbing happened. >> he was like trying to walk and dragging his shoulder against the garage door. >> the victim's sister said she heard the people arrested were
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claiming self-defense, she questions whether her brother will ever get justice. >> who dewe trust now. i feel very unsafe. i don't want another family to did through this. >> he was prepared to go to marine boot camp next month. he worked at children's after- school program where he coached football. the police are searching for an attempted murder suspect. he's identified as 23-year-old jose luiz of san raphael. he was walking on innovate street -- novato treat. he shot the victim in the head. they don't know what sparked the argument. >> the fight ensued and when the fight was over the victim got into the car to leave and that's when the suspect pulled out a gun and shot in the car. >> the injured man is hospitalized and in serious condition. a second person in that car
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suffered a small injury to the shoulder. >> investigations are under way by oakland fire department, they say several fires may have been deliberately set. firefighters were battling flames. the firefighters had just extinguished a mini van fire when they saw smoke with the house fire. >> they weren't aware of the fire, they made a huge difference. >> firefighters said there were five suspicious fires between 3 and 6 in the morning. they're warning people in that area to keep an eye out for anyone who looks suspicious. it's been chose to two weeks since a new law involving bicyclists, the law requires that drivers give a three-foot safety cushion when buying them. drivers can be find up to $220
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for not safely pass ago cyclists. patrol officers are focused on a highway this weekend. >> for the first vehicle doing 70 miles per hour. chp catch many people going above the limit. people cross yellow lines to pass each other, there's been three deadly crashes on this roadway since june including one last week. the accidents happen too often, this bar owner says. >> there's been accidents in front of my place, i've seen 20 or 30 and we get fender benders all the time. they wrote 30 citations on the lakeville highway. within the month and a half, south bay congressman is
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denying allegations impropriety. he accuses the incumbent's aids to help his campaign. information contained that he had coordinations and inside information for political donors. >> he wanted to curry favor to support the congressman. if they targeted our donors to the state department that's even more troubling. >> house rules state that campaign solicitations cannot be linked to official actions by a house member. >> he does not believe that the house rules were violated but he believes he should have taken more care to prevent the appearance of coordination. he has reiterated his policy and expectations to his staff. santa cruz students are
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having trouble finding housing after a record number of students are coming to classes. it's made up to 4,300 students. it's been scrambling to turn dorms from doubles to triples. there's a waiting list of 200 upper class men who are hoping for a bed. all fresh men are guaranteed campus housing. they'll be assessed on performance on the field and the classroom. a task force that was performed for graduation rates, have recommendations, they're including admitting students, failing to admit students that fail to meet the requirements and have the athletic director to report directly to the chancellor. >> we want to be attentive that the students will not only
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succeed but prosper here not only athletically but academically. >> men's bathrooms had the lowest graduation rates among the top schools. jeff kent, the former giants second base man will be recognized for his generosity and commitment to the school and athletic programs. he announced a half million dollar endowment for women's sports at u cal. the dispute is far from over. >> first the purchase of an iphone 6 gives more information than she bargained for. how some someone else's information ended up on her iphone. we'll have the extended
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forecast. i'll show you the numbers coming up.
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. well, it might only be the start of fall but it looks like winter is right around the corner. some of the ski resorts in tahoe have received the first snow this season. this is a light dusting of snow at the top of the mountain. opening day is 56 days away. snow was reported at donor summit. this is the earliest snowfalls in recent years. we have a chicken recall,
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they're recalling 30,000 pounds of frozen grilled chicken strips out of a threat of listeria. there's a product call and and best buy date as seen on your screen. they had another recall because of a outbreak -- salmonella outbreak. and he bought one winning ticket. >> to bad it was not mow. >> lot tow officials say the winner is ven win a male technician at resort males, he bought the winning ticket at the ho b bs key market using tips from his job when told the california lottery after claiming his prize he wants to live the normal life. >> i think he'll live as normal. it will be hard with the kind
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of winning that he got. wynn says he's not sure how he'll spend the money. the owner of the market says he will get a check for $1 million for selling that winning ticket. a sacramento woman who bought a new iphone 6 got someone else's information downloaded on to her phone. show may be a skilled piano teacher, but she's not a tech person. she had to take it to a sprint store to get it activated but the employee who helped her accidentally up loaded someone else's pictures and information on her phone. >> they left me with the phone. whatever information it was somebody else's. >> when she asked for a new phone. she was told to go to the apple store to get it wiped clone. it took her though days. the woman never called her.
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sprint corporate is looking into that situation, they say. chelsea clinton has given birth to her first child and just days before hillary clinton opened up on what it's going to be like to and grandmother. she welcomed a baby girl. and it's bill and hillary clinton's first grandchildren. >> i think you have a different perspective in part because of your time in life, and all of that, to enjoy a grand child. >> chelsea and her husband waited until the birth to find out the gender of her baby. they named her charlotte clinton, and she's backed out of a experience in chicago to spend time with his granddaughter. some adult costumes of
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apparently let it go, racy versions of elsa and costumes can be purchased through an online lingerie, this is not the first time they've offered sexed up popular character costumes. it offered up a sesame street line as well. let's look at how our weather is shaping up or calming down. >> it's going to be a quieter weekend for sure. how about san jose, we're waking up to partly cloudy skies, we'll be left with mostly sunny skies, you'll be enjoying mostly sunny skies. these clouds will clear out of our way. let's take a look at the satellite view. we'll do a radar sweep and see if this is anything out this. there's showers over the east bay. we're mostly cloudy over parts
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of the south bay. for the afternoon, these clouds will begin to move out and will be left with mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. from a different vantage point here's a look at the system. the center of this system where all that unstable weather came from yesterday, now, beginning to shift to the east and it will continue to move to the east over the sierra today. we have a possibility of a few lingering showers and a thunderstorm and maybe snow over the highest elevations. for us it will be about a warm up. it will be a change in the numbers for monday, back into the 80s and eventually back to the mid- to upper 80s. i'll show you that in the extended forecast. it's 61 in livermore, hoe 60s in mountain view and 64 in
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san francisco. you're looking at 59 outside your door in san jose. by 10:00 or so it will be partly cloudy to mostly cloudy and in the afternoon, low 70s and we cruise,000 the afternoon at low 70s. spartans play this evening 63 degrees at 7:00, a nice evening there. bring a long a light jacket. you may need it. you may not. it's 78 in fairfield, 70 degrees in richmond, 77 for petaluma and 78 santa rosa. it will be 79 in present wood, 76 livermore, and low 70s expected for the shoreline. 72 santa clara, 72 redwood city, 69 in san francisco, upper 60s along the coast. the extended forecast with your
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bay area weekend always in view, a little bit of fog with the resiual moisture just a bit. take a look at those numbers, mid- to upper 80s, tuesday and wednesday, and we have upper 80s to low 70s and low # 0s at the coast. back to you. thank you. the oakland as are going to punch their tickets to the postseason. it was adam dunn getting the a's on the board. the a's go up 2-1. josh reddick wants in on the action. the fifth more offense and he fires this one into right center. 2 runs and that's all she wrote. and scott cash mere gets it on the season. this could be pittsburgh or st.
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louis. san francisco will be on the road for that game. he won the willie mac award. it was the lone highlight at the park. smith is launching a pitch off the wall. padres go up 2-1. ran neigh rivera he defiance a patch of grass. jake and the giant with a 1:05 morning. we'll end early, stay tuned for the yankees and red sox at fenway park. >> a warning at one bay area park. coming up in 20 minutes, the pest problem the district is trying to clean up this weekend and how it's impacting students. >> a call for 49ers, the demand by one group and the way it's
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gathering support.
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. the u u.s. department is asking the police department to ban their officers from wearing the support bracelet. this is the picture posted on instagram. it's in support of der he can wilson in support of the person hoddled michael brown. it's a thus versus them mentality that exists between the people of ferguson and law enforcement. they have to wear name tags so they can be identified by the public. reports indicate a fight broke out while a police chief thomas jackson walking with a group of demonstrators gathered outside of the department. >> what do you want me [ shouting ] >> he had issued a public apology before that fight broke out. some protestors are blaming police. four people were arrested as
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the chief was rushed back into his office. an online campaign is under way caught on the san francisco 49ers to bench mcdonald, the group known as credo action wants the nfl to have a zero tolerance policy for violence against women. police were called to his home and found his pregnancy fine say with bruises -- fiancee with bruises. >> we feel strong hi that having consequences while it's in play makes a difference, and it can make an impact. >> he's not been charged with a crime. a court hearing scheduled for monday has been postponed again. >> the oakland raiders have a home game against the miami dolphins, but that's nfl recordkeeping as the fail is being played across the upon in england. they've been posting photographs online touring the
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area. the game at wellbly stadium is expected to be a sell out. they beat the jaguars there last year. >> it's wedding day for a long time. bachelor george clooney and his fiancee are expected to tie the night today in venice, they were on a boat named amore, which is love. the couple has been engaged since april of this year. asking for help, what they're trying to get from the federal government and the people visiting that region today and how they may help in getting what they want. more is expected to be leased and the financial district, the meeting has been scheduled and who police are trying to address. active weather out of the bay area, we'll be dry and quiet for your weekend. i'll have a look for your current conditions and the afternoon high for today coming
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up.
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. protestors target a israeli ship at the port of oakland, the changes they are going to affect. >> this is affecting flights all over the country. detailed cancellation apps how long this can last. this is drug take back day
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and new rules on how we can get rid of unwanted prescription drugs. mornings on 2 continues. . welcome to mornings on 2, it's saturday september 27th i'm claudine wong. >> good morning, i'm mike mibach. let's say hello to rosemary our meteorologist and see what the weather is going to be like. you can see the low clouds that are hanging close to the coast. we have partly cloudy skies for the coast line this morning waking up with partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies for the southern parts of the peninsula and parts of the south bay. i want to start with a wide view of the state and show you the system, the center of circulation now right about here, it's going to push to the east. we'll see improving weather in and around the bay area for today. wayant to slide in closer
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because for the sierra today we have the possibility of a few lingering showers today. you can see the sierra peaks picking up snow this. we have partly cloudy skies right now. it will be sunny for the afternoon for most of us. temperatures will be a lot like yesterday. some a tad warmer and some a tad cooler. san jose 60 degrees, low 60 the at half moon bay, a mild pattern in place. look at these numbers, upper 60s in san francisco and low # 0s for bay side communities and mid- to upper 70s for our inland communities. it will be slightly warmer on sunday. we'll have an notable jump coming up. we begin with a fire we reported in the last half-hour.
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this started at 6:45. this is a home on foot hill boulevard, we're told that that fire started in a garage and then the flames spread to the home. crews were able to stop that fire from spreading to nearby houses. we'll monitor this story and have an update in the next half- hour. protests at the port of oakland, dozens of people protesting a ship with ties to israel. we have the message behind that protest. >> what is it that those demonstrators want it. >> it's called the zim shanghai. the goal is to prevent that ship's cargo from being unloaded by having this protest out other. in order to do that they need to convince the long shore men's unit from crossing that picket lean. there are two entrances to
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berth 67 where it is docked. the stop zim action is the protest. they want it stopped because 2,000 lives of palestinians have died and israelis have also died in that conflict. they hope they can change the military economics by hurting them economic hi. the shipping has close ties to the israeli government. >> zim they have been picketed in vancouver, in tampa and it's cost them millions of dollars. every time they slow down and have problems loading or unloading. >> protestors are homing for a repeat of the boycott. a -- are hoping for a repeat of the boycott. the israeli ship left with the
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cargo mostly on board when they were at the port of oakland. they're hoping they can do it with the same hip here the zim shanghai. they're hoping to get a response to the protestors claims. we hope to have an update later on in the show. well, the faa says it could take days to get flights back to normal after a fire at an air traffic control center in illinois. authorities say brian howard started the fire in the basement of that center. the fire caused extensive damagage caused delays at major airports. airlines have been trying to accommodate affected travellers. >> i'm frustrated, what can i do? it's not like i can drive to miami. >> before the foyer, he sent a facebook message to an relative and he outlined his man's and
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is now facing federal charges. this morning we did speak to a duty manager at sfo about the impact on flights this there. he said it is too early to know how many flights will be affect. all southwest flights to and from chicago's airport were cancelled and at midway international four flights were cancelled. help for napa residents and businesses, a 6.0 quake had a half billion dollars of damage. they applied this week to the federal emergency management agency to make the private sector eligible for federal aid. barbara boxer along with the congressman will join in a tour of that damage. during that tour they'll be
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briefed about recovery efforts. a series of storms brought 6 inches. this video was posted to the facebook page. we'll say it was hailing for a good solid 25 minutes and it looks like the ground was covered in snow. people were tweeting that it was hail the size of marbles. now, it might be time to get out of the city for a hill bit. people in -- a little bit. people got out of those storms after rain fell for two hours, and there was flash flooding after three inches of rain fell. there was a warning about rock slides, but none were reported. two people died and five others were hurt after a van slammed into a samtrans bus and it happened in seville.
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the van swerved and hit the bus head on. a woman in the passenger seat of the van died immediately and the driver died on the way to the hospital. a spokeswoman said no one was seriously hurt but the driver was shaken up. >> the bus driver is shaken. this is a significant accident as any of us would be if we were involved in a fatality accident. >> police are looking into why that van swerved into oncoming traffic. on monday we should learn about the wild police chase where they caught a suspected carjacking. they're going to have a meeting to detail the circumstances of what happened on monday morning. they have not released the suspect's identity. he carjacked a escalade belonging to a woman and drove into san francisco. the escalade did crash in the financial district. good samaritans ran to help the driver get out of the suv and
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he started shooting at him. after failed attempts to get him to drop his gun several police opened fire killing the suspect. the labor dispute is far from over, a one-day strike was held at the ferries yesterday. they are trying to find their way to work. 20 captains walked picket lines at the ferry terminals. >> it's the last thing we want to do. we want to be at work, earning money for our families and getting people to work safely. >> a ferry captain with us makes $83,000, if they work for red, white, blue and gold they would be making $76,000. >> it's a contract dispute between the going british bring and highway transportation strict and sticking points are salary increases and health care people i couldn't say, they reported 10% more traffic on the golden gate bridge
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yesterday morning. if you use highway 37 on the north bay, caltrans has once again closed 37 between vallejo and serious point. the roadway is being repaved. there is also repaving done and that work went so smoothly, the highway opened up earlier than scheduled at 8:00 this saturday night. there's no guarantee that it could happen again this weekend, so be prepared for potential backups. the board of directors allocated more than half a million dollars for the project for the station's number of bikes bases. it's gone to 316, it's part of making the transit system more bike friendly. it's national drug take back day. many bay area police stations will be taking unwanted
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prescription medications with no questions asked. new rules will allow pharmacies to accept unused drugs and narcotics. >> we'll have patients, loved ones who passed away and who were on pain medications, it's difficult, you have to go to another place to get rid of your medication. >> starting on october 9th. pharmacies can register with the dea to become collection sites. they're reviewing the new rules and figure out how they're going to implement them. the following locations will be accepting the unwanted prescriptions. organizers say the service is free anoa in must.
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>> highway patrol keeping an eye on one particular highway this morning. the stretch of roadway that has been the scene of three major crashes in the past three months. one school is being fumigated, the bugs are biting students and how the drought can be to blame. >> the wet weather is moving out of the bay area and it's dry and mild in the weekend. we'll have your weekend forecast and a notable jump is coming. i'll have that for you as well. it makes me happy to go on the computer.
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. 4 college students were died and 15 were hurt. it happened late last night about an hour south of oklahoma city. the students and their coach were coming back from north texas college after a softball match. a semi crossed the lane and hit the bus. a statement is supposed to be released today. a man beheaded a woman and he's coming out of sedated and will be interrogated by police. >> that's a gunshot. authorities have released the calls to 911 reporting thursday's attack at the vaughan's food factory. alton nolen lost his job. he went after workers beheading a 54-year-old woman and wound
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ago 43-year-old woman. he was shot by the company executive who was a reserve sheriff's deputy. it could have been worse, this guy was not going to stop. he didn't stop until he was shot. >> investigator says nolen killed the woman with a knife used to process produce at the plant. they requested help from the f.b.i. and searched his background and his involvement on social media to try to determine a motive because of the beheading and his conversion to islam, they're investigating to be links to terrorism they have not found any connections. there is concerns of sexual assault at st. mary's college. there have been two reports, a male student fondled a female student and exposed himself. details are unclear, but it happened last week.
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administrators are required to send crime alerts it students after each reported incident. >> i'm just really aware of my situation, that i'm putting myself into as well as being aware of who i am with, making sure that i have friends who know where i am -- 65 to 80% of section watt assaults go unreported. students are required to take an online sexual assault course of coming on campus. five felony counts were dropped against this 55-year- old. he must still stand trial on five other cars. he resigned from the health center after working there for 2 decades. he gave up his medical license as well. alleged victims say he sexually assaulted them when they went to him for medical care.
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pet control experts say the drought could be to blame for an infestation of fleas. they've not been allowing children to play on the grass during recess. that's because students have been complaining about flea bites. the entire campus was closed so it could be sprayed. >> the flea problem has escalated as well as other outdoor pests that have to find water to survive on a regular basis. >> they hope to have the problem fixed on monday. they'll be looking for increases in other flea bite reports. let's look at the pictures of the hail that came down in napa. it's crazy. >> i'll take you back to that time in a moment. let's start out outside of our doors. in san jose we're watching the tail end of that moisture. take a look. a little strata cumulus right there. those are going to clear out
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and we're seeing the tail end of that weather. let's go back to 5:00 yesterday, 14 hours ago. you can see how widespread it is over parts of the north bay. you can see fairfield here, areas getting slammed by the thunderstorms, even picked up a little bit of blue, i was looking at the radar from 1 to 14 hours ago, picking up specs of blue and if i shift over to another map, can i see how widespread that hail is, it's a shift all the way down, areas where it's here and to fairfield, from hillsborough to santa rosa, and in petaluma. it was from marble sized to -- a lot was going on yesterday. we have quiet conditions at this hour. we saw a lot of scattered showers on the east bay in the
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evening hours. again, those are going to clear out. we'll be left with mostly sunny skies. the system that brought the act of wet weather yesterday will now continue to push to the east. we have a few scattered showers to the sierra and a possibility of snow over the higher peaks for today. 56 in walnut creek, 53234 napa, upper 50s for redwood city, a nice day to see a ball game. the giants play this afternoon, game time 1:05, 68 degrees, and a westerly breeze at 10 miles per hour. in the afternoon some of these numbers will be a tad below the seasonal norm, but pleasant. to the east bay we have 71 in san leandro and 76 in livermore and 79 for brentwood. how about the south bay, 6 in morgan hill, santa cruz going
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to 73 as well as cupertino. 69 in san francisco, mid- to upper 60s with partly cloudy skies along the coastline. the seven-day forecast forecast with the bay area in view, a little residual moisture  hanging around, but in the work week ahead we'll be drier and warmer. take a look at the numbers, warmer and into the mid-80s for tuesday and by midweek wednesday into the upper 80s perhaps a few low 90s, pack to the desk. the justice department is expected to unveil a new policy banning religious and other forms of profiling by federal law enforcement officers. the judge is stepping down, he was on the verge of announcing the policy several months, but it was put on hold by the white house which wanted further review. it covers ethnicity and sexual
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orientation and it will not include national security investigations. president obama says the american leadership is the one constant in an uncertain world. >> the people of the world look to us to lead, we welcome that responsibility. we're airs to a live legacy of freedom. we are proud to share that legacy to come. >> he underscored america's role in the world. he included the issues of the islamic terrorists groups and the ukraine and the climate change. there is a new edition to the clinton family and hillary's thoughts on becoming a grandma. the coast of australia and
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opportunity. they're applying permits to allow riders to swim with the whales. they were just part of the list that included dozens that were threatened with closure they years ago. >> they want to keep the park and the recreation area from chosing. money to save the parks came from nonprofits and residents and local businesses. two local businesses will continue those fundraising efforts to hold a fashion show with proceeds going to the state parks. even with the threat of closure gone the money is needed. >> it's been incredible, not just in venutia but statewide how many people stepped up to the plate. >> nobody is taking it for granted. >> the fashion show will be held on saturday october 4th. >> today you can get no any national park for free. it's part of the national public land day, it's to come
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together to protect our nation's park. 400 parks are taking part, you can get in for free today. the san francisco zoo is now home to four more baby flay pling owes. the chick was -- flamingos, they're the first chicks to be hatched in the past four years. it means that the flock is happy and healthy. they're offering a special pink promotion. people will get a dollar off admission. one of the most influential high tech conferences will happen tomorrow. oracle open world 2014 will be held. 60,000 people from 145 countries will attend the week long convention. speakers include oracle chairman larry ellison and expect heavy traffic around the
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convention as howard and fourth is shut down. muni is rerouting the area. and the catamaran that won last year's cup will be on display. a man attacked by the driver. the issue that could have started the dangerous argument. a new bike law is being enforced. cyclists say the threat of $100 fine is not enough to keep them safe. >> i'll check on the current conditions for you. we'll have a look at the afternoon highs for you coming up. ñw?
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. live pictures right now from the port of oakland,
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protestors are vowing to prevent an israeli ship from unloading its cargo. we'll have a report in one minute. >> let's start you off with a quick look at your weather saturday morning. how are things looking. how about this view? we have mostly sunny skies. a few clouds passing overhead and we have a good looking day under way here. some of us are waking up with partly cloudy skies and some of us waking up with mostly cloudy and. let's go into the south bay where we have partly sunny skies and gill ray. the -- the system is continuing to push to the east and as it does we'll continue to dry out. this is a look at the center of
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the system. this is the most unstable air mass right there and this is right over the bay area yesterday. that's why we saw the thunderstorms pull through and fire off. meanwhile over the sierra, we've had much needed rain in helping out the king fire. we had some snow over the higher tips. that's exciting news and fun to watch. it's 57 in novato. you're checking in with 60 degrees and mostly cloudy skies. 6 in vallejo and 69? san francisco, a nice day, 78 with sunny skies. we have a big jump in our temperatures, i'll look at the extended forecast coming up. happening now a protest is under way at the port of oakland, 60 demonstrators have one pacific target, ali is at
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the port to explain a protestors are trying to do. >> reporter: claudine, we have an update. we'll show you as soon as the truck goes by, you can see protestors are gathering. they're preparing to leave because they say they've accomplished their goal this morning. they're focus was the israeli cargo ship the zim shanghai. the unloading of that ship is not happening. they're supporting their cause, they did not cross their picket line and the long shore men will not unload the cargo of that israeli ship. that was the protester's goal. they were upset by military action by israel in the gaza strip. it's claimed the lives of 2,000 civilians and 73 israelis have died in that conflict. they can change israel's military policy by hurting the
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shipping company economically. it appears this morning that the ship's cargo will not be unloaded here at the port of oakland. >> we feel it's a tremendous victory. this is the beginning, this movement is not going to stop. it's spreading up and down. >> the ship line has had to -- they've been picketed in vancouver and los angeles and tampa. they've had to change their schedule. at that he is cost them millions of dollars. every time they have problems loading or unloading. >> protestors are hoping for a repeat of the boycott. that's when another group picketed a different ship called the zim, prius, that's when the ship left with most of its cargo on board. protestors say they plan to be back here at berth57 that's where the ship is docked. it's the start of the evening ship for the longshoremen. they're going to try to convince them to honor that picket loin and in the unload
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this israeli cargo ship. we've contacted to the company representative to try to get to the response to the helping company here. we hope to update you later in the show. . an uber driver accused of hitting a passenger on the head with a hammer is out of jail on $125,000 bond. the alleged attack happened 2:00 tuesday morning at the corner of ellsworth street and al amany boulevard, this man picked up two men and a woman and got into an argument about the route he was taking. the district attorney said he ordered the passengers out of his car and hit one of the men with the hammer. >> the injuries are serious, the hammer actually was right around the eye. they're very severe. >> he was arrested at his home
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in pacifica on charges of assault and battery his neighbors say they're shot describing him and his family as cordial. he does not have a criminal record, authorities say that ride share companies may be misleading customers about the extent of background checks on drivers. uber had suspended his driving account and sent us this statement. we take reports seriously and are treating the matter with the uputmost urgency and care, and it is also our policy to immediate hi suspend a driver's account following any serious allegation. >> a man is behind bars accused of stealing 8 cars from a dealership in belmont. they got a tip one of the cars may be in oakland. he's charged with auto theft, probation violation. that happened last sunday at the audubon dealership. they caught the suspect on camera 8 of the cars were stolen and seven have been
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recovered. family and friends are mourning the loss of a concord man. he was killed sunday after getting into an argument with a group of people in a car. miss arrested two people but they will not face charges. the deputy district attorney says there's insufficient evidence to charge the man. this man said he was there when the stabbing happened. >> then, he was like he was trying to walk and he was dragging his shoulder against the garage door. >> avila's sister heard the people arrested were claiming self-defense. she wonders whether her brother will ever get justice. >> i feel unsafe, who do we just now? i don't want any other family to go through this. >> avila was preparing to go to marine boot camp and he worked
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with children at cambridge elementary school's program where he coached football. a potential suspect identified as jose luiz, police are warning people to call 911 modally and not approach this suspect. he got into a dispute with a man in the canal area. moments later gunfire erupted. >> the fight ensued and when the fight was over the victim got into the car to leave and that's when the suspect pulled out a gun and shot him to the car. the injured man is hospitalized in serious condition. a second person in the car suffered a small injury to the shoulder. >> highway patrol officers are focusing in on the highway this weekend. >> the first vehicle is doing 70 miles per hour. >> the speed limit is 55, but the chp say they catch many drivers going above that norm
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and and some drivers pass the yellow lines and there have been throw deadly crashes during june including one that happened last week. the law involving bicyclists and many people don't know about it. the law requires drivers to give bicyclists a throw foot safety cushion when passing it. it went into effect on september 16th. they could be find up to $250 for passing the cyclists and not passing them safely. they're trying to figure out who is responsible for several suspicious fires in oakland. yesterday at 5:00 a.m., firefighters spotted flames at a home on fifth street. they all got out safely. firefighters were on the scene quickly because they spotted that fire had they were putting out a separate fire a couple of blocks away?
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>> they made a huge difference, especially with nine people and one residents and they were not aware of the fire yet. >> there were five suspicious fires all within a few blocks, and they are warning poem who live in that area to be on alert for any suspicious activity. with a month and a half before the november elections, rokhana has filed a complaint against honda. he says he's used congressional resources to help his campaign. e-mails obtained by the news and media website appear to show that a aide coordinate the invitations to for political donors. >> it's possible that they -- that he wanted to curry favor to get them to support congressman honda and they targeted donors if the state
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department that's even more troubling. >> house rules state that campaign solicitations cannot be linked to official actions by a house member. the congressman does in the believe house rules were violated but the statement goes on to say, he believes staff should have taken more care to prevent the appearance of congressman. the congressman is disappointed and has reiterated his policy and expectations to his staff. >> a new hospital will be up and running in san francisco, mayor ed lee broke background in the mission yesterday. the new facility will be part of st. luke's hospital. it's expected to be open with 120 beds and an emergency department. it will be used in a large scale emergency such as an earthquake. they're having trouble finding housing after a number of fresh men are moving in on
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campus. this year's class is expected to be 4,000 students which is up from last year. they're turning dorm rooms from double to treppeles. there's still a waiting list of about 200 upper class men hoping for a bed. all freshman are guaranteed on campus housing. it's been more than a month when the earthquake hit napa county. to help some -- the help some of them are expected to see. people are going to america to order a new device and put them in the hands of people in china. a nice day today and slightly warmer for tomorrow and a notable heat up in the forecast. i'll have a look at what you can expect for the weekend and temperatures coming our way coming up.
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had another recall because of a salmonella outbreak. a man from san mateo is $228 million richer after buying a ticket at a market. >> too bad it was not mow. >> lotto owe visions say it's a nail technician. he bought the winning ticket at south norfolk using tips from his job. he's not shower how he will spend that money. he's going it have a check for a million dollars, the shop owner, for selling the ticket. a woman who bought the iphone 6 got someone else's information. show said she may be a skilled piano teacher, but she's not a tech person. after she bought the iphone 6 she had to get it activated.
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the employee who helped her accidentally up loaded someone else's pictures and contact information right on to her phone. >> i'm shocked they left me with the phone, you know. and whatever information it was, it was somebody else's. >> she said when she's asked for a new phone she was asked to go to the apple store to have it wiped clean. it took her three days to get the appointment there. sprint never called her and sprint corporate are looking into the situation. the us release of the new iphone is heating up china's black market. people are buying up as many as they can here in america, then they are selling them at a profit that in some cases has reached more than $3,000. they say in america, you can buy two iphones every day at every apple store, so, they're stocking up. once pictures, they're ending up on chinese online shopping
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sites. they walk outside apple stores on phone selling to people who pass by. chelsea clinton has given birth to her first child and hillary clinton opened up about what it's going to be like to be a grandmother. according to the post she and her husband welcomed the new baby girl yesterday. the baby is bill and clinton's first grand child. on wednesday, the former secretary of state sat down with dr. gupta for an interview. >> i think that you have just a different% peculiar in part because of your time in life and all of that to enjoy a grandchild. >> chelsea and her husband waited until the birth to find out the gender of the baby. they named her charlotte clinton. >> bill clinton has backed out of a appearance in col roll to spend -- colorado to spend time with his new granddaughter. the buffalos will be taking
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on cal berkeley. hopefully the rain has gone by. it's a splendid day and a examined day to be outdoors. we have sunshine out in this morning. it's starting out with a beautiful view of the sunny skies over berkeley this morning. so, temperatures on the mild side even a tad bit below the seasonal norm for this time of the year. all in all it will be quite noise, have a look at those numbers coming up in a moment. let's start out with the satellite and the radar. we have to put a time lapse of four hours. we'll have to go peculiar up a few scattered showers over parts of the east bay. it's pushing out of here. we could see a little build up, partly cloudy skies over higher elevations like mount dable low. partly cloudy skies around the coast and east bay and inland.
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it will continue to move to the east where we have lingering showers for today. it will be the sierra maybe even a little more snow for the higher elevations, up above several thousand feet. it's going to be a warming trend that will start today. temperatures in the 70s for most. on sunday a shout bump in the numbers, but by monday we'll begin to fill it as temperatures warm back into the 80s. it's 60 in concord and low 50s for napa santa rose a. if you're stepping out it's a little cool, you have the sunshine, 62 in hayward, mostly cloudy and partly sunny skies in san jose. let's check in on san jose. we're going no the low 70s for the second half of the day. you'll be clearing out and by 2:00 73 degrees, 5:00 71 and settling into the evening hours 64 degrees with partly cloudy skies. over to the north bay we go,
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petaluma 77 for you, 78 for novato, shifting east 77 for concord, and 76 for meant ton, 74 castro valley. 0 degrees for oakland -- 70 degrees for oakland, low 70s for sunnyvale and it's just as noise for the peninsula, 72 redwood city and palo alto 69 and mid- to upper 60s along the coast. the extended forecast with the bay area weekend always in view, a nice pattern for the first full weekend of fall. as we get into monday returning to the summertime heat as temperatures begin to climb, mid- to upper 80s in the forecast by tuesday and wednesday for the inland communities. upper 70s to low 80s about the bay. >> thank you rosemary. the oakland as are looking
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to punch a ticket to the postseason. they're still in as well. last night in texas it was adam dunn getting the a's on the board. of the a's go up 2-1. josh reddick wants in on the action. more reddick, he files one -- fires one off center. scott getting his 15th win on the season. the giants still don't know who is going to play that wild card game. either way it is looking like san francisco will be on the road for that wednesday game. last night madison who was going to pitch that fame honored as the team's most inspirational winner of the willie mac award. it's the highlight out of the ballpark. that's when smith launches that pitch off the wall. padres, and the broken bat,
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there's a couple of run score, padres go on to win 4-1. there's a 1:05 start today. at 9:30 stay tuned for the yankees and the red sox at fenway park. concerns for st. mary's college. the attacks being reported less than a month into this school year. too hot to handle a controversy heating up over halloween costumes modeled after one of disney's favorite movies.
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. a postal worker in brooklyn, new york is you a cued of hoarding 30,000 undelivered mail. he was arrested when they found nor than 2500 pounds of mail in his home, work, locker and car. police say some of the mail is postmarked as far back as 005. the attorney says the client suffers from depression and there were days he couldn't walk the route. if convicted he faces up to five years in prison. they're calling on the san francisco 49ers to bench mcdonald following his arrest for domestic violence. they want the nfl to have a 0 tolerance policy for violence against women. they found his pregnancy
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fiancee with bruises. >> we foal strongly having consequences while the season in play makes a difference and is a way to actually help make an impact. >> mcdonald has not been charged with a crime. a court hearing has been charged for monday. >> the oakland radars have more against the miami doll fence. the game is being played across the pond in england. they've been posting photographs online as they tour the area. the game is at wellbly stadium. it's expected to be a sell out. they'll be on the field as well as in the classroom. yesterday a task force that was formed to improve graduation rates, there were recommendations, admitting fewer students who fail to meet
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minimum acdemic -- academic qualifications and having the athletic director report directly to the chancellor. a number of parents are getting heated over halloween costumes. let it all go, it's a racy costume this is called yandy, this is not the first time they've offered sexed up versions of popular costumes. it offered a sexy sesame street line. george clooney and his fiancee are set to tie the not in venice they were on their personal taxi boat named amore, some attending are matt damon and his wife and cindy crawford and her husband.
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the couple has been engaged since last april. the bay area city that will be arming its officers with assault rifles. if you have a flight today you'll want to check its status at the airport. the problem impacting travellers in the bay rare i can't. dry weather, i'll have a look at your current conditions, we'll check in our afternoon highs for today and in the extended forecast outlining a notable warmup coming your way. at shell, we believe the world needs a broader mix of energies, which is why we are supplying natural gas,
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. welcome to "mornings on 2", everyone. it is saturday, september 27th. >> good morning to you. let's get you a quick look at the weather. rosemary, a much calmer
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forecast for us this morning? >> yes, calm serious injuries a great way to put it. a beautiful shot here. a recognizable one at that. the golden gate bridge and alcatraz there. a little haze. good air quality today. the wet weather is moving out. we have dry weather moving in and temperatures are going to feel quite nice for most of us. giving you a look at satellite and radar. i backed it up about four hours. we have a time lapse going here. a little residual moisture fell in the east bay in the overnight hours. at this time we are left with partly cloudy skies and dry conditions. is south bay breaking up some. we woke up with mostly cloudy seasons. along the santa cruz mountains still mostly gray in areas around south moon bay and south. partly sunny to mostly sunny today. the rain is shifting off to the east over the sierra where there will be lingering showers today. 55 degrees in oakland.
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59 in napa. take a look at a few more numbers, 60 outside your door in pittsburg. for the afternoon today, mid to upper 60s at the coast. 69 in san francisco. a lot of 70s around the bay. mid to upper 70s for the warmer locations. temperatures will climb slightly for the second half of the weekend and then we get back into bigger heat, i will call it, for the week ahead. i will have a look at those numbers for you coming up. happening now, protestors at the port of oakland. for four hours now picketers demonstrating with ties to israel. now more from oakland with more behind the protest. >> reporter: the protest is over for now. you can see at the entrance of the port of oakland, the protestors are going over what they did this morning. they will with disburg are here
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in a minute, all -- disbursing here in a minute, although they plan to be back later today. they were protesting the israeli cargo ship. they are looking for support of the cause and not unload the ship's cargo. it appears they were able to do that for now. 30 minutes ago they got word the longshoremen will not cross the picket line. they are upset about military action by israel and the gaza strip which in the past two months claimed the lives of more than 2,000 palestinian, many of them civilians. 73 israelis have also died in the protest. they believe they can change israel's military policy by hurting the shipping technology. they have close ties to the israeli's government and it appears the ship's cargo will not be unloaded here at the port of oakland, at least not this morning.
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>> from what we understand, we have a union hiring hall. we put in an application for long shoremen to go to work. one long shoreman accepted a job. everybody else reduced to go to work for zimline today. >> reporter: they are opening for a victory. last month a different group of people picketed a different ship. after a five day protest that, israeli ship left the port of oakland with most of its cargo still on board. protestors plan to be back here around 6:00 this evening marked for identification of the start of the evening shift -- evening ahead of the start of the evening shift. we contacted company representatives from zim to try to get their response to the demonstrations and the actions taken this morning. we have not heard back from them. we contacted officials from the port of oakland who have not
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contacted on the latest developments but continue to watch what goes on here throughout the morning. live in oakland, ktvu fox 2 news. well, the tina fay says it could -- f.a.a. says it could take days to get flights back to normal after a fire in an air traffic control center in illinois. 36-year-old brian howard started the fire in the basement of the center and caused extensive damage and grounded hundreds of flights at chicago's two main airports, causing ripple affect across the country, prompt deck lays and cancellations. >> i am frustrated, but what can i do? it is not like i can drive to miami. >> the fbi said before the fire howard sent a facebook message to a relative outlining his plans. he is now facing federal charges. air traffic for now is being handled by other control centers in the region. we just got an update from a duty manager at san francisco international airport about the impact on flights there.
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he told us two departing and one arriving flight from chicago has been canceled but the number could change throughout the day. travelers should expect delays in and out of chicago for the rest of the day. new this morning, flames raced right through a home in oakland. the two-alarm fire started at 6:45 at a house on foothill boulevard near frick middle school. the fire started in a garage and spread to the home. crews were able to stop the fire from spreading to nearby houses. there are no reports of injuries and it is too early to determine the cause of the fire. one resident was asleep when neighbors started banging on his door to tell him his house was on fire. people in fairfield are cleaning up after a thunderstorm caused flooding in that city. two to three inches of rain fell in fairfield during a three hour period yesterday, triggering a flash-flood warning for the county. traffic was reduced to one lane in spots. there was also a warning about other rock slide, but none
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were actually seen. the same storm brought about 6 inches of hail to the city of napa. this video was posted to our facebook page. people say it was hailing for about 25 minutes and it looked like the ground was covered in snow. on twitter some people in napa say the hail was the size of marbles. a push for federal help for napa resident and businesses after the 6.0 earthquake last month. the city of napa and the county applied this week for 2 federal emergency management agency to make the private sector eligible for federal aid. this afternoon senator barbara boxer and mike thompson will join the napa mayor in a tour about the damage. they will be brief about recovery efforts during the tour. a van slammed into a transbus in san mateo at 12:45 yesterday afternoon and three people were injured.
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the van swerved across the lanes of traffic and hit the bus head on. the woman in the passenger seat of the van died immediately and the driver died on his way to the hospital. a spokeswoman said no one on the bus was seriously hurt and police are looking into why the van swerved into oncoming traffic. well, a union representing ferry captains held a one day strike yesterday. the ferry docked in larchburg, forcing thousands of commuters to find at way to work. 20,000 people marched at the larchburg ticket ferry lines and terminals. >> we want to be working safely and getting people to and from their destinations safely. this is not what we want to be doing. >> if they worked for red and white or blue and gold, they would be making $76,000 a year. >> the walkout is a larger transportation dispute between the districts and 13 worker
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unions. sticking points are salary increases and health care premiums. the district reported 10% more traffic on the golden gate bridge yesterday morning. if you use highway 37 in the north bay you will have to find another route this week. caltrans has once again closed highway 37 between vallejo and sears point. it is expected to be back open on monday. the road the being repaved. the repaving last weekend had the highway opening up earlier than expected because it went so smoothly but there is no word that will happen this weekend so be prepared for potential back ups. well, 20 new ar 15 assault rifle will be given to san jose police department, replacing old inventory. they have been ordered through a program which supplies excess military gear to state and local law enforcement. it brought more than a decade ago and the current guns have parts breaking down and showing signs of wear and tear. the last time the mountainview
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police department got free equipment from the military was 15 years ago. a nationwide effort gets under way to help people get rid of unwanted prescription drugs. it is national drug takeback day. my bay area police station will be accepting unwanted medications, no questions asked, but this could be the last national drug takeback day because new rules from the federal government will allow pharmacies to accept unused drugs and north koreas. >> we have patient -- narcotics. >> we have loved ones that have passed away and were on pain medications. it is difficult to go somewhere else to get rid of medications. >> you can register with the dea to become collection sites. walgreens and other major retailers are reviewing the new rules and trying to figure out how they will implement them. the following location will be accepting unwanted locations from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m....
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organizers say the service is free and anonymous. well, coming up, an oklahoma man accused of beheading a co-worker in a horrific workplace killing. what happened leading town the attack and how it all ended. also, the investigation into possible links of terrorism. students at one bay area school complaining about flea bites. what the district is now doing to help combat the infestation. >> and the weather is on the way for the bay area week. i will have a look at the temperatures today and introduce to you a warming trend with the extended forecast coming up. i'm a doctor of internal medicine
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i can't wait to get to mattress discounters good and early for the tempur-pedic bonus event. choose $300 in free gifts, and, get up to 48 months interest-free financing with any tempur-pedic mattress. ♪ mattress discounters . four college students died after a bus was hit after student and a coach were coming back from north central college after a softball scrimmage. the semitruck crossed the median and crashed into the bus. a team is being sent to the accident scene. the school's facebook page asked for prayers and officials will release a statement later today. an oklahoma man accused of beheading a woman in a gruesome workplace killing is currently out of sedation and
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will be interrogated by police. >> it sounds like he is running around out here. that is a gunshot. >> authorities have released the calls to 9-1-1 reporting thursday's attack at the vaughn food's factory near oklahoma city. the 30-year-old suspect had just lost his job. investigators say he went after workers, beheading a 54-year- old woman and wounding a 43- year-old woman. he was shot by the company executive also a reserve sheriff's deputy. >> it could have gotten a lot worse. this guy definitely was not going to stop. he didn't stop until he was shot. >> and investigators say know less than killed the -- nolan killed the woman with a knife used to process produce from the plant. police request help with the fbi as he search his background, and involvement with social media as they try to determine a motive. because of the beheading and conversion to islam, investigators are investigating links to terrorism but so far
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have found no connections. and in this morning's address president obama says american's leadership is the one constant in an uncertain world. >> the people of the world look to us to lead. and we welcome that responsibility. we are heirs to a proud legacy of freedom. as we show the world this week we are prepared to do what is necessary to secure the legacy for generations to come. >> president obama says his trip to the united nations this week underscored america's role in the world, leading the fight on major international issues including the islamic state terrorist group, the ukraine issues, ebola and climate change. in two weeks the justice department will be unveiling a new policy of religious profiling by law enforcement officers. eric holder was on the verge of
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announcing the new policy several months ago but according to the los angeles times it was put on hold by the white house which wants further review. this he will cover ethnicity, sexual orientation and religion and will not include national investigates. a son and father rescue from the waters in a beach accident on wednesday have died. the two were swimming in the waters at ocean beach when they were overcome by large waves and a strong rip current. firefighters said both men were unresponsive when they were pulled from the ocean. the father died on wednesday at the hospital and his son on thursday. well, there is snow in the sierra, lightning in napa. well, should we get it out of here for a little bit? we will have a warm up coming up? >> you are right. we have a nice big warm up in the week ahead, and right now,
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nice weather for 2 weekend. if you are already missing summer, it is coming back. take a look outside our doors at at&t park. a beautiful day at the ballpark for a game there. the last bit of moisture is moving out of here. let's take you back for a moment because it was very active yesterday afternoon. the time lapse on this from 4:00 in the afternoon yesterday to 6:30 in the evening, you can see how the thunderstorms rolled through the north bay and over fairfield as the anchors have been talking about this morning. we had flash-flood warnings over the fairfield area. we had quite a bit of hail over the north bay. napa was hammered there with marble size hail reported there. most of it pea-sized from areas like hillsburg to the sonoma area. again, widespread hail falling over parts of the north bay yesterday and a lot going on. even a little dangerous for those on the roadways during the afternoon yesterday. the system that brought us all that active weather, the center
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of the storm, is now pushing off to the east over portion office the central valley and continuing -- portions of the central valley and continuing east into nevada today. here is a photo from north star. there is snow on the ground there. it is a nice photo that i will tweet out in a bit. here at home we are drying out and we have a warming trend coming our way. today it will be nice and mild for most. 57 in santa rosa right now. mid 60s in oakland, 63 in concord and san jose checking in at about 62. for the second half of the day under mostly sunny skies, petaluma 77 for the afternoon. 76 in san rafael, 77 in napa, richmond is expecting 07 degrees. the east bay shoreline low 70s. berkeley is 70 today. for the james vancallis, jr. game -- cal game going on there, nice and mild. south bay is pleasant. 3 in san jose, 73 in cupertino, santa cruz partly
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cloudy and 73. for the peninsula this afternoon nice weather coming your way. 71 in palo alto, 72 in san mateo, 69 in san francisco. mid to upper 60s and partly cloudy skies along the shoreline. the bay area weekend is always in view. could wake up with patchy fog tomorrow morning. the residual moisture still holding on. in the workweek ahead the temperatures climb with changes in store sunday afternoon and monday back in the 80s for inland communities. mid to upper 80s in the forecast by tuesday and wednesday. back to the desk. there are concerns this morning about recent reports of sexual assaults at st. marys college. less than a month into the school year two reports of sexual assaults that happened on campus in. one case a male student allegedly fondled a female student and exposed himself. details on the other incident are still unclear but it reportly happened last week. administrators are required by federal mandates to send crime alerts to students after each
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reported incident. 65% to 80% of all sexual assaults on college campuses go unreported. mixed news for a former uc berkeley doctor accused of sexual assaulting male students. five felony counts were dropped against the 55-year-old, seen here in the light brown suit. however, he must still stand trial on five other charges. he resigned from the uc berkeley health center in 2011 after working there for more than two becomes. he later gave up his medical license as well. alleged victims say he sexual assaulted them when he went to him for medical care. an east bay school is infested with fleas and the drought could be to blame. roosevelt elementary school has not been allow children to play on the grass during recess and administrators say that is because students have been complaining about flea bites. this weekend is campus was closed down so it could be sprayed. >> the flea problem has escalated as well as ants,
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roach, spiders and other outdoor pest that is need water to survive on a regular basis. >> the school hopes to have the problem fixed by monday and the investigators will check other schools for increases in flea bite reports. well, parts of the bay area once in the danger of closing now have hosting fundraisers to raise money for their parks. and a fluffy addition to the san francisco zoo. how you can save a dollar off your admission to see these chilean chicks.
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. 60,000 people from 145 countries will attend a week long convention. speakers include the or cal chairman larry ellison. you should expect heavy traffic at howard street between 3rd
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and 4th street shut down through thursday night for the oracle convention. two swimmers have a rare close encounter with a pair of humpback whales for more than an hour. a mother and calf were slowly diving down and swimming back up. one swimmer communicates by slapping its arm on the water and one of the whales responded by slapping its own pectoral fin. charter boat companys in the area are applying for permits that will allow their ride ires to swim with the whales. the san francisco zoo is now home to four new baby flamingos. the first chick was born on august 30th and three more chicks were born three hours later. they are the first of the chicks to hatch at the zoo in four years. they are officering a pink promotion now. visitors who wear pink to the zoo will receive $1 off admission.
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and this is national public land's day, with people coming together to protect our national parks. about 400 national parks are participating, including the yosemite national park, the golden gate national area and the historic site in contra costa county. and well, supporters stepped in to keep the venetia capital historic park and reaction area from closing. money from the parks came from non-profits, residents and local businesses. next weekend two local business owners will continue the fundraising efforts by old holding a fashion show with the proceeds going to the state parks. with the threat of closure gone, supporters say the money is still needed. it has been incredible. i mean not just in venetia but statewide how many people stepped to the plate. >> nobody is taking it for granted anymore. that is the change. >> the venetia fashion runway
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show will be held on saturday, october october 4th. wet weather this year is helping firefighters make progress on the king fire burning now for two weeks. the firefighter has charred more than 90,000-acres and 78% contained. it destroyed more than a thousand homes in pollack county. more than a thousand of the 8,000 firefighters fighting the fire now are expected to be sent home this weekend as progress continues. time now is 9:27. let's go back to rosemary for a check of how the day is shaping up for us. hi, rosemary! >> yes, good morning to you. mostly sunny skies in san francisco this morning. if you have clouds overhead, they will be clearing for the second half of the morning into the afternoon. mild for the bay area weekend. as we get into the extended forecast, we have a warm up coming our way, back to the mid to upper 80s tuesday and wednesday a little ways down the road this weekend. mostly sunny afternoons and very mild weather.
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we have a little tease of hopefully what is to come this winter. >> that was nice. >> yes. more rain and snow in the sierra. thank you, rosemary. >> you got it. that is report for this morning. we appreciate you making ktvu your choice for news. >> and up next, derek jeter and the yankees taking on the red sox. >> our next newscast follows the games and you can get updates any time on ktvu.com, facebook and twitter. thank you for joining us. we leave you with a beautiful shot of the bay bridge. have a great saturday, everyone! female announcer: the savings really stack up
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>> the contact we keep with ball players is a simple one. give us the best effort, your sweat, your pain and sometimes your blood and we will give you our hearts. somebody comes along to restore our faith to remind us why we keep giving our mended hearts to this game and to those that play it. opening day, 1996, a shortstop streaks under a pop fly and

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